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lamento di compassione, dispiacere, dolore e sim.: ahimè che disgrazia; anche s.m.inv.
Sinonimi: ah, ahi, ohimè.
VARIANTI: aimè, ehimè, eimè.
DATA: av. 1313.
ETIMO: comp. di ahi e me.

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